Validation of Saliva Samples with the EasyScreen™ 3base™ SARS-CoV-2 Detection Kit (RP012)

The need for accurate SARS-CoV-2 testing remains a priority. While nasopharyngeal (NP) swabs and PCR tests are considered the most sensitive and accurate, there is a need for simpler sample collection. Saliva has been investigated as an alternate sample type and validated in this study as a sampling method for SARS-CoV-2 detection. View our poster…

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TechInvest Magazine Chats with John Melki for Their Current Magazine Issue

The article looks at our ongoing growth as an Australian biotech company and how our proprietary 3base technology has allowed us to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as accelerate global rollout of diagnostics for enterics, sexual health and a pipeline of new products. TechInvest Magazine 

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A novel nucleic acid simplification procedure capable of detecting multiple strains of both DNA and RNA viruses in a single reaction

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N. Boulter, S.P. Siah, N. Coulston, C. Vockler, K. Warton, P. Rajasekariah, J.R. Melki and D.S Millar. A novel nucleic acid simplification procedure capable of detecting multiple strains of both DNA and RNA viruses in a single reaction. 24th Annual Clinical Virology Symposium. Daytona Beach, FL, U.S.A. 27 – 30 April, 2008

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The Application of a Novel DNA Simplification Approach for the Universal Detection and Subtyping of Gram-Positive Bacteria

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D. S. Millar, C. J. Vockler, J. R. Melki. The Application of a Novel DNA Simplification Approach for the Universal Detection and Subtyping of Gram-Positive Bacteria. 107th American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, Toronto, Canada May 21-25, 2007

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Specific detection of Hepatitis C virus in clinical samples using a novel simplification strategy

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N. Boulter, S.P. Siah, N. Coulston, C. Vockler, K. Warton, P. Rajasekariah, J.R. Melki and D.S Millar. Specific detection of Hepatitis C virus in clinical samples using a novel simplification strategy. 18th ECCMID meeting, Barcelona, 19-22 April 2008

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Validation of a novel test for hypervirulent strains of Clostridium difficile including BI/NAP1/027

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Siah SP, Melki J, Huntington P, Karagiannis T, Rawlinson W, Riley T, and Millar D. Validation of a novel test for hypervirulent strains of Clostridium difficile including BI/NAP1/027. Proferred paper/Oral presentation. The Australian Society for Microbiology, Annual scientific meeting. Hobart, Australia 4 – 8 July 2011

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Multiplex PCR detection of all major gastrointestinal pathogens employing a novel universal extraction method

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J.R. Melki, S.P. Siah, K. Kaur, J. Nair, N. Coulston, D.S. Millar. Multiplex PCR detection of all major gastrointestinal pathogens employing a novel universal extraction method. 22nd ECCMID meeting, London, 31st March – 3rd April 2012 England 2012

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